McCullough kisses her husband, as her niece looks on at the couple. (Inger Haugland/Keepsake Studios via AP)
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From red marzipan bows on the cake to holiday wreaths on tables, December brides and grooms have found ways to incorporate Christmas into their weddings. December nuptials remain a small minority – 2 percent of couples surveyed last year by the bridal site TheKnot.com – and not all are looking to take on the holiday in a big way, but embracing readily available festive decor makes it easy to incorporate the spirit of the season. For Suzanne McCullough's Dec. 4 wedding five years ago, it started with her dress.McCullough's bouquet featured red and white flowers, and a flower girl wore a sparkly, Christmas red dress."If you're not about those flavors, opt for more festive accouterments like red and white or metallic-stripe straws and swizzle sticks with candy cane stirrers," Khalil suggests.Couples can orchestrate holiday decor without falling prey to a played-out color palette, she said.
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